The photoseries Skins by British photographer Rosanna Jones has all the necessary elements of alluring art; a distinctive and unique perspective, inventive technique and haunting imagery.Jones began the series investigating how the face many of us present publicly ends up being the front which conceals our true nature from ourselves.

The photoseries Skins by British photographer Rosanna Jones has all the necessary elements of alluring art; a distinctive and unique perspective, inventive technique and haunting imagery.Jones began the series investigating how the face many of us present publicly ends up being the front which conceals our true nature from ourselves.

Come little leaves - George Cooper This was probably the first sing I ever learned. My Grandmother sang this song to me and told me she learned it in school when she was little (and she was born in 1893). Though I never heard anyone else sing it, I loved it and taught it to my kids and grandkids. I hope they pass it on, too.

Come little leaves - George Cooper This was probably the first sing I ever learned. My Grandmother sang this song to me and told me she learned it in school when she was little (and she was born in 1893). Though I never heard anyone else sing it, I loved it and taught it to my kids and grandkids. I hope they pass it on, too.

ohio green chevrolet st day parade stuff patricks akron equinox 2014

ohio green chevrolet st day parade stuff patricks akron equinox 2014

ohio green chevrolet st day parade stuff patricks akron equinox 2014

ohio green chevrolet st day parade stuff patricks akron equinox 2014

ohio green chevrolet st day parade stuff patricks akron equinox 2014

ohio green chevrolet st day parade stuff patricks akron equinox 2014

Spring Equinox:  "Three Hares," © Sue Wookey. The three hares is a circular motif appearing in sacred sites from the Middle and Far East to the churches of southwest England (as the "Tinners’ Rabbits") and historical synagogues in Europe. It is used as an architectural ornament, a religious symbol, and in other works of art. Each of the ears is shared by two hares, so only three ears are shown. It is thought to have a range of symbolic or mystical associations with fertility and the lunar…

Spring Equinox: "Three Hares," © Sue Wookey. The three hares is a circular motif appearing in sacred sites from the Middle and Far East to the churches of southwest England (as the "Tinners’ Rabbits") and historical synagogues in Europe. It is used as an architectural ornament, a religious symbol, and in other works of art. Each of the ears is shared by two hares, so only three ears are shown. It is thought to have a range of symbolic or mystical associations with fertility and the lunar…

Tashkent, Uzbekistan: Folk dancers in national costume perform during the festivities  Photograph: Anvar Ilyasov/AP

Nowruz, rite of spring - in pictures

Tashkent, Uzbekistan: Folk dancers in national costume perform during the festivities Photograph: Anvar Ilyasov/AP

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